Summer Study of Law in China
Looking for a "resume worthy" experience this summer?
This Program is Available Only for Duquesne Law Students
Program Dates: May 24 - June 16, 2020
- The center of the world economy is shifting to Asia; China is now an economic super power. All major American businesses are investing and trading with China. Your future clients most likely will have dealings with Chinese governments and businesses. Seventy of the 250 largest American law firms have offices in China. Understanding Chinese culture and the legal system will enhance your job opportunities.
- During the Summer Study of Law in China, students will visit 4 cities; Beijing, Chengdu, Hangzhou, and Shanghai.
- Course Work (Five Credits). This 3-week program provides students with a comprehensive understanding of Issues in Family Law and a Comprehensive Examination of Criminal Procedure in the U.S and China in Comparative Context , plus Chinese Language, Culture, Legal History and Law. Students who satisfactorily complete the program receive five hours of ABA-approved credit.
Enrollment is open only to current Duquesne University Law students who are in good academic standing. Enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis.
The estimated program cost of $7,900 which includes tuition, airfare, lodging and many meals. Included are comprehensive course materials, welcoming and closing dinners, scheduled group transportation and admission costs to local attractions, and the cost of the Medex card (which provides for emergency evacuation anywhere in China).
Please note that incidentals are not included in the price.
Federal financial aid monies may be available for qualifying students who are enrolled at least half-time during the summer semester.
Duquesne University reserves the right to cancel the program due to insufficient enrollment or other extraordinary emergency conditions. Only in that case will the $500 application deposit be refunded.
Duquesne University will not be responsible for any personal injury, property damage or illness encountered by participating students during the program. All students are advised to purchase appropriate medical, accidental and travel insurance.
NOTE: Students who withdraw from the program after the Feb.14, 2020 application deadline, even if before the start of the program, are liable for any corresponding costs already incurred by Duquesne, including, but not limited to, airfare, hotel and transportation costs, up to the amount of the initial deposit.